Alienation of Islam & Rise of Atheism

(لا تقوم الساعة حتى لا يقال لا إله إلا الله) (The Hour will not commence until it’s not said: there is no God except Allah) The statement quoted above is an authentic Hadith of the Prophet peace be upon him, in which he reveals what the final state of belief will be among the people;…

Fitrah, Al Ghazali, & Academic Dishonesty

In this modern age of YouTube, iTunes, and Facebook, knowledge has been reduced to that which people can gain access to in any way shape or form as long it’s not the very act of picking up a book and reading it. Instead of reading for ourselves what our scholars have actually said, we now completely…

Asymmetrical Non-Science

The more one delves into science in the same depth that science is made to delve into everything else in this physical universe, the more it becomes exposed for its flawed premises. As science becomes more naked, and all its blemishes are made manifest, it can no longer be revered by science-worshipping atheists at an…

Reason, Empiricism, & God Of The Gaps

What is the function of science? Throughout the various debates about religion and science and whether God exists or not, the conversation hardly ever begins with this simple question. We are all on a quest for the Truth, and depending on our background we might have differing modes of inquiry. However, given this day and…

Islam & Science

The power of science is so amazing that it pushes religious people to take one of two paths when it comes to their beliefs about the world and what their sacred texts have to say about it. Either one has to both reject what we learned through the scientific method and have faith that what…

Unveiling Atheism

There is a mantra that is constantly recited by the new science-worshiping atheists, which comes in different versions while essentially saying the same thing. Apparently, the evidence provided by science so far suggests that the existence of God is unlikely. Hence, the sound position one must hold on God’s existence until the evidence suggests otherwise…